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Francie Abramson

Francie Abramson

Manager, Corporate Social Responsibility, Grocery

Target

Greater Minneapolis-St. Paul Area

I’m a resilient and adaptable CSR and sustainability professional with experience across multiple sectors and industries. Motivated to be a change agent, I am always looking for new challenges that push me both personally and professionally. As a recognized leader among peers, I thrive in ambiguous situations and topics. A fa...

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Target

Manager, Corporate Social Responsibility, Grocery

Manage the creation, governance and maintenance of key positions related to Target's Grocery
business
Manage the cross-functional steering committee comprised of leaders from Communications and
Reputation Management, Food Safety & QA, and others
Lead the internal collaboration, response plan and resolution of unexpected issue and crises in
Target's food business
Coordinate and synthesize research and benchmarking to make recommendations to the Food
Social Responsibility Council, Business Partners and Senior Leaders
Lead outreach with key external stakeholders to understand priority agendas, inform decision
making and establish relationships that advance Target’s efforts
Develop governance structure for and lead quarterly meetings of cross-functional teams to achieve food CSR goals
Evaluate and communicate reputation risks for private label and enterprise-wide food issues and decisions
Analyze goal data and create dashboard communication methods for sharing progress and challenges across partner groups
Serve as a center of excellence for meat and seafood social, environmental and ethical sourcing initiatives
Build relationships with key internal partners to drive business and CSR results for Target Grocery
Facilitate vendor and supplier conversations and actions contributing to food CSR goals and key issues as they arise

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